Elseed

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    Jammin Screw and Dumpin on you H* A** fools....Also real estate development...urban development...pedestrian friendly walk-able development...Music>>>> S.U.C.....Guerilla MAAB...5th Ward Boyz..South Park Coalition...Beck...U2...Reading....

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  1. Porretto Beach Abandonment

    I wonder if they'll ever be a Hampton's like atmosphere in Galveston? Or If they'll ever have any developments for the uber rich.
  2. Will we get a World Cup Game?

    Its gonna be a real slap in the face if Houston is not chosen as a host city.
  3. McNair Mixed-Use: ~6-acres at 3200 Post Oak Blvd

    Sucks that this development is not gonna be in Downtown or Midtown...
  4. The Regalia at the Park: 100 Crawford

    Out of curiosity, what year was this?
  5. The end of KHOU: Allen Parkway

    Anyone know what the land is gonna be used for next? Condos, townhomes, building...
  6. Botanical Gardens in Downtown would've been nice. This Glenbrook Valley site is pretty lame.
  7. Jefe Bar Mex Grill @ 502 Main

    Any updates on this?
  8. Does anyone know how these business will be affected or if they’ll be affected if TXDOT expands 59?
  9. Amazon HQ2

    Man it would suck if Dallas or Austin gets this.
  10. New Park for the Southern Area of Downtown

    Any update on this project?
  11. Would be cool if they actually had some real signage on the exterior of Greenstreet. Instead of it just looking like a giant grey box. I really dont understand what the previous owners or new ones are thinking.
  12. I drove by the "park" and it looked like crap. Midtown and good 'ole rick really dropped the ball on this one.
  13. 420 Main (Byrds Lofts)

    Any update on this?
  14. Saw this story on the Chron website. In one of the slides it mentioned American Apparel getting some space in the old Sakowitz building. http://www.chron.com/local/history/economy-business/article/Local-businesses-changed-the-face-of-American-8462170.php#photo-10664956 Slide 23/45 " The old Sakowitz building will have as much as 25,000 square feet of retail space on its ground floor, with 4,300 set aside for American Apparel. "
  15. Below is an article from swamplot that talks about Free Range Concepts possibly setting up shop @ Polk St. http://swamplot.com/bowling-and-dog-park-restauranteurs-look-to-serve-drinks-in-a-downtown-parking-lot/2016-04-27/